Gosto de receitas descomplicadas, que em vez de terminarem num ponto final abrem a porta para novas combinações e variações. Esta receita da Heidi do 101Cookbooks é perfeita para isso. Uma base simples de tomate que pode ser complementada com uns frutos secos tostados, uma colher de arroz, umas ervas frescas ou até um ovo escalfado. Não há forma de uma pessoa se entediar, o que é preciso é imaginação (ou simplesmente reaproveitar o que está à espera de ser consumido no frigorífico).
P.S.: Ao cozinhar os temperos vão ficando mais intensos, por isso, cuidado para não abusar dos picantes.
That’s an opportunity that is given to us. To learn, to suffer, to stand up, all these opportunities are given to us, but they are opportunities, and those who avail themselves of those opportunities are the ones that we admire. They make something out of life. And those who fail get another opportunity. We always get another opportunity. That’s the wonderful richness of life.
So how can we find a method that will harness this? How can each one of us find a method for living gratefully, not just once in a while being grateful, but moment by moment to be grateful. How can we do it? It’s a very simple method. It’s so simple that it’s actually what we were told as children when we learned to cross the street. Stop. Look. Go. That’s all. But how often do we stop? We rush through life. We don’t stop. We miss the opportunity because we don’t stop. We have to stop. We have to get quiet.And we have to build stop signs into our lives.
Blue moon, you saw me standin’ alone
Without a dream in my heart, without a love of my own
Blue moon, you knew just what I was there for
You heard me sayin’ a prayer for
Someone I really could care for